Exposing the links between all forms of sexual exploitation
CEASE Summit 2019
This event is archived.
CEASE UK 2019 is about exposing links between all forms of sexual exploitation and the vast global sex industry.
We believe that will never see an end to sexual abuse and exploitation until we challenge the industries that profit from turning women into objects and turning sex into a commodity.
We believe that we must speak out about the harms of hypersexualised culture in order to transform our society into a place that upholds and respects the dignity, humanity and worth of every last person.
If this is an issue you care about, come to CEASE 2019 and hear diverse speakers including survivors, academics, activists, MPs, lawyers and charity workers offering unique and fascinating insights into the latest research, news and developments.
- Discover more about the interconnectedness of different forms of sexual exploitation
- Gain unique and diverse perspectives on how to address the drivers and underlying causes of abuse
- Get updates on the latest news, initiatives and developments
Speakers… to be announced
Agenda from the 2018 Summit
Making the Connections: the Dark Shadow of the Commercial Sex Industry (Julie Bindel)
“Stripping the Illusion”: Behind the Legal challenge to Sheffield’s Strip Clubs (Dr. Sasha Rakoff and survivor, Liz)
Panel: A Tale of Two Cities: comparing the different models set up to manage prostitution in the cities of Leeds and Ipswich (Alan Caton, Fiona Broadfoot, Liz Harsant and Jalna Hanmer)
Panel Discussion: Helping Victims of Sexual Exploitation (Fiona Broadfoot, Karen Ingala Smith and representatives from the Sophie Hayes Foundation and Women at the Well)
The inadequacies of the Modern Slavery Act (Anna Fisher)
“Organised Sexual Exploitation in England and Wales”: exploring the findings of the APPG report (MPs including Sarah Champion)
The Murky Underworld of Human Trafficking (Amanda Jones and Julian Norman)
Pornography: its links to Sexual Entitlement, Violence and Exploitation (Tom Farr)
Strategies for Reducing Vulnerability to Grooming and Exploitation (Liz Hall and Nat Graham from the S.L.A.V.E. Project)
Challenging Commercial Sexual Exploitation from within your Own Context (Jacci Stoyle)